The parade of the British designer brought to the catwalk magic and the power of a strong woman, strong and restless who loves classic fabrics scarred by daring cuts.
I can not be objective when I talk about Vivienne Westwood, I say it sincerely. Often prefer to maintain a certain detachment towards the creations of the designers on the runways looking for a source of rational objectivity in approach but oestrus in front of the Queen of British Fashion able to cross all ages while maintaining the high distinction of her amazing always incredibly British style in all its forms, I just can not . I love indistamente her special inventions, incredible cuts that seem to violate the tissues and then accompany them in harmony drapes, puffs and inspirations punk (this adjective here is a must).
In the parade of home at London Fashion Week Vivienne Westwood has been no exception to itself. The overlapping fabric and prints are a point of honor of the style that made her famous and the fact that they are fashionable does not seem to be a problem for her the magazine has in its own way as it was normal that it was. So here is the clever patchwork of square and triangles where the tartan is the main fabric and lends itself to more intelligently pairs risky.
The color palette seems to recall the colors of autumn moorland English rust, red, burgundy, mustard, ocher and touches of gray and blue overlapping games of volume and fullness and emptiness to exalt femininity never boring never simple always restless and potentially rebellious in all its forms.
London Fashion Week, Vivienne Westwood Red Label
The use of the double-breasted knee-length skirts and back in vogue, along with the short shorts worn with sweaters and comfy soft pants with pleats that seem to look to the eighties popping up in sweaters cuts paired with sleeves and pinstripes are broken into double fantasy almost to confuse the viewer.
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